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This furniture is absolutely fabulous, there is nothing about it we don’t like. Colourful, functional, modern yet giving a nod to the past and most of all thoroughly stylish, there isn’t an interior setting that this range wouldn’t look great in. Designed by Nell Beale under the guise of CoucouManou her love of colour is pretty evident throughout all of her products. Plus, not only is Nell a thoroughly talented furniture designer she also has a range of homewares that include everything from coasters and candlesticks to bookends and (our favourites) clocks:
AND just when you thought this couldn’t get any better, everything is designed and built in the UK. Go Nell!
There is something majestic and ‘other-worldly’ about the work of Canadian-based artist Tchmo. His prints are available via Society6, and Little Paper Planes, and we just can’t get enough of them. He also has a dreamy range of cushions which we’re loving just as much! Check a few items out below, and prepare to be transported….
Butterscotch & Beesting are producing some rather lovely cushions at the moment.. The collection has been created by it’s Danish founder Camilla, who has such an evident passion for drawing, colour, patterns and storytelling that we’re loving her results! We’re always going on about how much we love cushions.. but we do! So these are definitely being added to our ‘cushions to buy whenever we need some new ones’ list..(or more appropriately, ‘cushions to buy when our other halves aren’t looking’ list!). Heee heeee!
We love a good cushion. Fact. But Jane Olivers‘ cushions offer something a little bit special and unique! Inspiration comes from Mexican folk art, tribal masks, geometric patterns, animal skulls and African warriors…and we’re loving the results! Surely we can find room for these bad boys!!
We have been big fans of Jane Foster‘s work for what feels like forever and we’ve been lucky enough to work with her in the past on a variety of projects (lucky girlies!). So this post is loooonnnggg overdue. Not only is Jane lovely, but we love her prints too – the combination of retro fabric with simple line drawings; her cushions and especially her retro cats and love dogs. There is no end to the ladys talents. And not only does she have a really gorgeous product range, but she also manages to keep us updated with all of her antics on her blog. She is practically Superwoman! Be sure to visit her shop here and see the rest of her wonderful wares.
Here at Morning Edit HQ we love a bit of colour.. (ok ok.. a LOT, then). And so this wonderfully vibrant homeware range by Parris Wakefield Additions is right up our street. Especially as we’re suckers for a nice cushion or two!
Parris Wakefield Additions is a range of contemporary interior products by UK designers Howard Wakefield and Sarah Parris. They specialise in bold and colourful graphic patterns inspired by nature, art and fashion, and apply their designs to a range of products including cushions, fabrics, rugs and wallpapers – all manufactured in Britain (hurrah!).
Sarah and Howard have some rather impressive work experience behind them. Creative director Howard worked with world renowned designer Peter Saville for many years and their prestigious clients included Dior, EMI, Givenchy, Pringle of Scotland, New Order, Pulp and Suede. As part of Parris’ work with long term client Kvadrat, they designed the launch brochure and adverts for Tord Boontje’s first textile collection as well as packaging and posters for the product launch of Clouds, the award winning architectural fabric tile by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec.
So check out the following pieces…We think these are the perfect remedy to combat any British winter!
Happy New Year dear friends! We hope you had a fantastic Christmas, and that 2013 has got off to a fab start! For our very first post of this new year, we’re sharing a few images from the stunning portfolio of Tom Frost, aka. The Boy Frost. Having been fans for a while, it’s crazy we haven’t blogged about his work before.. But we’ve just spotted his new product range with Magpie – a rather lovely London-based design & manufacturing studio – and we knew we had to post about this right away.
Tom Frost is an illustrator living and working in Bristol, using screenprinting, acrylic paint, bits of wood, gocco machines, pencils, vintage Meccano and paper to create his beautiful pieces. We love the variety of mediums and formats of his work.. his large wooden 3D creations are our favourites (we think) but as all of his work is pretty awesome, it’s kinda hard to choose! Take a look over the following…. gorgeous stuff, huh?
Today we are sharing some absolutely stunning cushions courtesy of textile designer Emily Bucknell. Emily’s collection originates from her drawings around the intricate patterns within nature, and all pieces are screenprinted and sewn by hand from her East London studio….definitely worth celebrating! Fabrics are also fairtrade and use water-based inks (hurrah!).
We are loving these fine and detailed patterns… truly lovely work!
Looking for some fun illustrative products for your home? Fred&Elsie create these gorgeous prints below, offering them not just as unbelievably affordable open edition prints but also as cushions and tote bags. Too cute! Check their work out via their facebook page here, or via the always-excellent Society6. Bear-riiilliant! (see what we did there?)
We like a nice rug. Oh yes we do. So it’s no surprise that we REALLY like the new Rug Addicts collection by the guys at Foundation. They have collaborated with an impressive line-up of designers and artists including Alëxone, Anthony Burrill, Jack Teagle, Natasha Law, Pete Fowler, Si Scott, No Days Off and Paul Insect to create unique and exciting collections of handmade rugs. Their aim is to bring something truly great to our homes – something that’s “not just another generic flowery design”. We might have to wait until our winning lottery ticket comes in before purchasing our own…but there’s nothing wrong with a little window-shopping in the meantime is there…?